If you want to vote absentee in Alabama's runoff election, you have until Thursday, July 10th, to turn in an application. They must be turned into the circuit clerk's office.
Anyone who will be out of town or working on election day can vote absentee. Military members and those who are physically unable to get to the polls are also eligible.
Ballots must be postmarked or hand-delivered by 5:00 p.m. Monday, July 14th.
If you mail your ballot in, it must be notarized or have two witnesses to verify your identity.
If you're mailing multiple ballots from the same home, they must be in separate envelopes.
Mailed ballots must be received by noon on election day.
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